I live in the world as a writer and a scientist, two divergent perspectives that I think both require similar attitudes of attention, humility, and delight. I did my PhD. at Université Laval, Québec, where I studied microscopic life in the Arctic Ocean. I was lucky to do most of my field work on big ice-breaking ships, travelling through Baffin Bay, the Beaufort Sea, and the maze of islands that lie in between. Since graduating, I keep ties with the science community. But now I also find time for the story-telling kind of writing. The world is so strange and wonderful, I can’t study it without wanting to write about it.
Along with the work you can see on this website, I am currently working on a manuscript of short stories about the people who live and work in polar regions of the globe. Parts of this manuscript were completed as part of the Mentorship Program of the Québec Writers Federation.